Skip to content Skip to main navigation

Business

Australia's tier 4 data centre. Micron21 mission critical hosting services.

ACT Labor, down for maintenance

By johnboy - 16 June 2011 9

screenshot

The ACT Labor website has been down for maintenance for some weeks now.

While parties in Government don’t need to use their own website a great deal one still wonders if they have no need to communicate with the online public at all?

What’s Your opinion?


Post a comment
Please login to post your comments, or connect with
9 Responses to
ACT Labor, down for maintenance
I-filed 4:21 pm 10 Jul 11

Yeah well as soon as you’re back up I expect Canberrans will be in touch and let you know they plan to punish the lot of youse at all levels of government for Julia’s carbon tax … !

merlin bodega 10:03 am 10 Jul 11

Here it is 10 July and the site is still down. How hard can it be Elias? Anyone relying on the site to access Party Platform and local rules before the upcoming Branch conference is going to be very disappointed. Or is that thwarted?

This is reflecting a certain lack of capability to get things done rather than talked about. That has become a familiar look during the Rudd years and appears to be catching. This is what happens when factional membership rather than genuine ability becomes the chief selection criterion for any job working with (or should that be for?) elected representatives.

damien haas 4:46 pm 16 Jun 11

Diggety said :

G’day JohnBoy,

Thanks very much for the free publicity.

We are working on adding a few extra social[ist] media tools and better [mis]information about the ALP[CCCP] to the website. It will be ready[Redder] soon and I’m sure you’ll agree it will be an [Even more Invasive]improvement on the old site[Soviet Regime].

In the meantime if any of your [credulous] readers would like to get the latest news about Canberra Labor they can follow us on Twitter at @Canberra_Labor [Green Left Weekly]

Best Regards [luchshii? vosstaniya],

[Comrade] Elias Hallaj
A very proud Macgregor [Moscow] resident,
(who also happens to be the local ALP[CCCP] Secretary)

p.s. I’ve noticed that as well as the RiotACT making the recent jump to Twitter, the Canberra [Ministry of Misinformation] Times is also investing[redistributing you income] more in their on-line presence. I’m looking forward to more local on-line news[‘news’] and dialogue[diatribe].

GOLD!

Deref 3:49 pm 16 Jun 11

Diggety said :

G’day JohnBoy,

Thanks very much for the free publicity.

We are working on adding a few extra social[ist] media tools and better [mis]information about the ALP[CCCP] to the website. It will be ready[Redder] soon and I’m sure you’ll agree it will be an [Even more Invasive]improvement on the old site[Soviet Regime].

In the meantime if any of your [credulous] readers would like to get the latest news about Canberra Labor they can follow us on Twitter at @Canberra_Labor [Green Left Weekly]

Best Regards [luchshii? vosstaniya],

[Comrade] Elias Hallaj
A very proud Macgregor [Moscow] resident,
(who also happens to be the local ALP[CCCP] Secretary)

It seems you’ve mistaken the Labor party for a left wing organisation.

DiggityDogg 3:05 pm 16 Jun 11

Cant wait to see the new website! It needed a bit of a remodel. Hope it is up and running soon 🙂

Diggety 1:35 pm 16 Jun 11

G’day JohnBoy,

Thanks very much for the free publicity.

We are working on adding a few extra social[ist] media tools and better [mis]information about the ALP[CCCP] to the website. It will be ready[Redder] soon and I’m sure you’ll agree it will be an [Even more Invasive]improvement on the old site[Soviet Regime].

In the meantime if any of your [credulous] readers would like to get the latest news about Canberra Labor they can follow us on Twitter at @Canberra_Labor [Green Left Weekly]

Best Regards [luchshii? vosstaniya],

[Comrade] Elias Hallaj
A very proud Macgregor [Moscow] resident,
(who also happens to be the local ALP[CCCP] Secretary)

p.s. I’ve noticed that as well as the RiotACT making the recent jump to Twitter, the Canberra [Ministry of Misinformation] Times is also investing[redistributing you income] more in their on-line presence. I’m looking forward to more local on-line news[‘news’] and dialogue[diatribe].

I live in Macgregor 1:27 pm 16 Jun 11

I should also have mentioned…

other good local online news sources are ABC, 2CC, Canberra Causerie (www.causerie.com.au)

this podcast from the 2CC site got my attention and might be worthwhile sharing with your readers…

http://www.2cc.net.au/podcasts/58-mark-parton-podcasts/3147-zed-seselja.html?utm_source=1206+2CC&utm_medium=twitter&utm_campaign=podcasts

Gungahlin Al 1:25 pm 16 Jun 11

I live in Macgregor said :

G’day JohnBoy,
We are working on adding a few extra social media tools and better information about the ALP to the website. It will be ready soon and I’m sure you’ll agree it will be an improvement on the old site.

So they take down the site for “some weeks” while they sort it? Never heard of off-line development and testing?

I live in Macgregor 1:10 pm 16 Jun 11

G’day JohnBoy,

Thanks very much for the free publicity.

We are working on adding a few extra social media tools and better information about the ALP to the website. It will be ready soon and I’m sure you’ll agree it will be an improvement on the old site.

In the meantime if any of your readers would like to get the latest news about Canberra Labor they can follow us on Twitter at @Canberra_Labor

Best Regards,

Elias Hallaj
A very proud Macgregor resident,
(who also happens to be the local ALP Secretary)

p.s. I’ve noticed that as well as the RiotACT making the recent jump to Twitter, the Canberra Times is also investing more in their on-line presence. I’m looking forward to more local on-line news and dialogue.

Related Articles

CBR Tweets

Sign up to our newsletter

Top
Copyright © 2017 Riot ACT Holdings Pty Ltd. All rights reserved.
www.the-riotact.com | www.b2bmagazine.com.au | www.thisiscanberra.com

Search across the site